Scott Porter: What do you feel is the toughest part about playing OL?

Darius Morris: I think the toughest part is just paying attention to what the defense is doing and being able to adjust at the last second right before the ball is snapped. You have to know what the audibles are and what adjustment the D is making so that you can adjust as well. You have to be able to think and react quickly to be successful. You have to read the defense quickly.

Scott Porter: What do you feel are your biggest strengths?

Darius Morris: My athletic ability and my strength.

Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?

Darius Morris: My goal is to get in there right away and just compete for a spot. I want to show a team what I can do and make an early impression. I want to turn heads and help a team out.

Scott Porter: What player in the NFL reminds you of yourself?

Darius Morris: Ramon Foster of the Steelers. You can come down and help in the run game as well as the pass game and he is very determined like I am. He protects very well.

Scott Porter: What do you feel are your biggest football accomplishments?

Darius Morris: I would say making it to the bowl game. It was Temples first bowl game in 30 years so it meant a lot to the program.

Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in Darius Morris?

Darius Morris: They are getting a determined player who will work very hard. I am the first person on the field and the last person off it. I have good leadership skills and am very determined.

Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?

Darius Morris: I like sitting back and chilling with the other OL on the Temple team. I like to play and watch basketball.

Scott Porter: Who is the toughest player you have ever faced?

Darius Morris: At DE Junio Galette and at DT I would say Terrence Knigton.

Scott Porter: What are you looking forward to the most about your chance to make an NFL roster?

Darius Morris: Right now getting into a camp and just moving forward and starting my grind. I am looking forward to developing my skills and making a team and just developing and getting the most of my ability.

Scott Porter: Who has been your biggest influence throughout your career?

Darius Morris: My entire family. My family has always been very supportive of me and they have helped me stay dedicated on and off the field as well as in the class room.